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Thursday, September 22, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY HECORD 8A ................................................ Section i3. Effective Date. This Zadina, released 40 yellow balloons in | . ordinance shall be in full force and observance of POW/MIA Day. pany building. Forrest Fair had Brad- machinery. With the drought of the voters had approved a bond issue for I:l,:l,l(jhcl effect from and after its adoption and High wind and heat didn t stop the leylsaacandF,orrestDeweyrepaint mid-50s, thereporterwrote,"Notmany theirshareofthecostwhichwasbeing Ionia Countrymusic Fest. the former Betty s Studio building and trees growing nowdays." split with the federal government. The C ed pagH -- --"e5 ' ..... publication intheofficialcitynewspa- The WhiteRockAcademylocated install a redwood fence between the Col. R.J. Fulton was advertising his main floorofthebuiidingwastohave per. in the former Esbon middle school was First National Bank building and the third annual cow, calf and feeder sale a gymnasium and auditorium com- ontinufrom (d) If the chief building inspector Passed by the Governing Body of accepting employment applications, studio building, scheduled for the Mankato sale barn bined along with a stage. In the base- structure,pursuant to the terms of the has determined that proceedings under the City of Jewell, Kansas, the 5th day The late Wint Smith's papers were on Monday, Oct. 1. ' nlent there was to be a kitchen, lockers policy and endorsement thereto, shall K.S.A. 12-1750 et_LEg_q., as amended of July, 2016, and approved by the September 5, 1996 donated to the University of Kansas September 24, 1.936 and showers. have been aid, the insttrance corn- shall be initiated, he or she will do so Mayor. The Jewell County Ranch Rodeolibrary. The big earth fill on the Jewell County Commissioners Ward and P panyorcompaniesshallexecuteadraft immediately but no later than 45 days Bruce Barrett, Mayor was scheduled for Saturday. TheMorrisHillmansandtheJunior Rural High School athletic field project Gish, County Attorney Holly and payable to the city treasurer in an after receipt of the moneys by the city Attest: Brian Callaway was named track Barnes had a hamburger fry at the was finished and he task of digging George Teeple accompanied Mr. Ha- Amalie J. Arasmith, City Clerk and field coach at Bethany College. Ionia lake and stayed all night, drainage ditches begun. Four rock- zel, Mr. Afflect and a salesman of the amount equal to the Suth of 15 percent treasurer. Janeand Frank Lave had remodeled Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Thayer, walled basins, two located at the east Lockwood-Hazel Company on a tour of the covered claim payment, unless (e) Upon notification to the city Seal ' ZNEZ 38- lc the former bar in Jewell and selected a Ronnie and Bruce, visited Mr. and and two atthe west end of field were of 14 new courthouses. They were the chief building inspector of the city treasurer by the chief building inspec- has issued a certificate to the insurance tor that no proceedings shall be initi- DIYel e meUl pl'oduct new name for the establishment, The Mrs. Glen Bartley. designed to catch the drainage water inspecting the furnishing before plac- Delaware Street Pub. from the grounds. The water was then ing an order for Jewell County's neW company or companies that the in- ated under K.S.A. 12-1750as September 6, 1956 sured has removed the damaged build- amended, thecitytreasurershallreturn Continued from page 7 September 19, 1996 Elected at the Jewell County ASC carriedfromthebasinsbytileStodrain- courthouse furnishings. ing or other structure) as well as all all such moneys received plus accrued Bob Switzer was named a Melvin convention were Earl Stafford, age ditches paralleling the field on the Wayne Switzer, Ruby Davidson, associated debris, or repaired, rebuilt, interest, to be insured or insureds as Forge EngineeredSystemswithplants Jones Fellow by Lions Club Interna- Formoso, chairman, Ernest Ost, north and south sides. The field was Gone Matousek, Rae Ellsworth, Ira or otherwise made the premises safe identified in the communication from in rural communities like Paola and tional. Mankato, vice chairman, Dallas Diehl, graded to slope to the ends and sides. White and George Noon were torepre- Greeley, population 330people. The county-wide solid waste com- Northbranch, regular member, Leo With all the digging, scraping and lev- sent Jewell County at the state Spelling and secure, the insurance company or companies. "We have very skilled people here mittee decided to proceed with plans Obert, Esbon, first altemate, andElwyn cling under a burning hot sun the contest, (b) Such transfer of funds shall beSuch return shall be accomplished on a pro rate basis by all companies within 45 days of the receipt of the who get the job done right,"Mike said. for the development of a solid-waste Topliff, Jewell, alternate. Mexican sandburs prevalent on the The patrons of the Bluebird school "And we don'tjustemploy 250 people, transfer station at Mankato. The Jewell County population was grounds before the work started came district held a get acquainted dinner on insuring the building or other struc- moneys from the insurance company we employ 250 families." ture. Policy proceeds remaining after or companies. Earlier in September, boys were reported as 8,64 i. through it all and were expected to thefirstdayofschool,After dinner, the ' " the transfer to the city shall be dis- Section 8. Removal of Structure; Slug catchers, pig traps, nuclear: born to Randy and Kim Shadduck and Leo Jacobs of Jewell purchased a back with a good stand, afternoon was devoted to getting ac' bursed in accoi:dance with the policy Excess Moneys. If the chief building submarines and spacecraft. They are Phil and Kristi Vetter. purebred Aaberdeen-Angus bull and The next step was the construction quainted. terms .... inspector has proceeded under the pro- all part of the diverse products and ZackKindlerwaselectedclubpresi- 18 angus cows from Forrest Demsey of a cement curb along the inside edge September 10, 1936 (c)Uponthetransferofthefundsas visions of K.S.A. 12-1750.gL._l. .,as industriesservedbythisamazingcom- dent when the Whitemound Builders of Formoso. of the quarter mile track. BertAIcom, Two splendid rains had fallen in requiredbysubsectiOn(a)ofthisordi- amended, all moneys in excess of that PonY" 4-HclubmetattheWhitemoundCom-Vemon Collie reported 9 plus inches theforeman, saidthefieldwouldbegin less than a week's time The wheat nonce, the insurance company shall which is ultimately unnecessary to Ron Wilson isdirectoroftheHuck munity Center. Metia Ford was vice ofmoistureforthefirsteightmonthsof to have a finished appearance with the ground had practically all been prO, provide the city wtth the name and comply with the provisions for the BoydNationallnstituteforRuralDe- president. 1956, but no rain for the first day of building of the cement curb. Amotor pared and the rain promised a good address of the named insured or removal of the building or structure, velopment at Kansas State University. The Pawnee Indian Village near school, drivewaywastobebuiltentirelyaround seedbed. Dri'lling-was expected to be- ' insureds, the total insurance coverage less salvage value, if any, shall be paid ............. 1,1, Ii Republic was the first historic site rec- Linda Headrick was staying the the field. . ginj -soo as fields dried sufficiently. applicable to said building or other to be insured, la all il"Itt ognized by the Kansas State Historical week with her grandparents. Kerma LymanRightmeierwasadverti ,--"f A heavy wind damaged H.J. structure, and the amount of the final Section 9. Same; Disposition of Society. The first commemoration was had her vacation last week before start- a public auction to be h ld-Sep . 29 at Kennedy s farm in Athens Township, settlement agreed to or arrived at be- Funds. If the chief building inspector, '. ' ' ' ' '' held there Sept. 29, 1896. The marker ing to school, which time he would-offer some fine It was expected the second floor of tween the insurance company or com- withregardtoabuildingorotherstruc- . eptemner-/,zooo , was dedicated on Sept. 29,1901as part Mr.andMrs. Bob Rose and Mr. and young milk cows and also some good the new courthouse would soon be l irene and lorry Ortman were me panics and the insui'ed or insureds, ture damaged, determines that "t is ....... ofa six-day celebration held at the site. Mrs. Dick Waugh went to Kansas City horses, Lyman was not leaving Jewell finished.Withit'sstonewallsandcon- ' ' , . . new owners oi ~oD s Inn, navlng put- whereupon the chtefbullding mspec- necessary to act under K.S.A. 12- , ............ On Sept. 21, 1996, members of the to attend the drag races, county but found it advisable to hold a crete floors it appeared the courthouse . cnasea me business rrom virginia and tor shall contact the named insured or 1756, any proceeds received by the .... Kansas Society, Daughters of the September 20, 1956 public sale because of the feed situs- wouldbeasubstantial,firepooofstruc- i ' insureds by certified mail, return re- city treasurer under the authority of t ave rettLt. , .... American Revolution, rededicated the John Busboom of Salina wastion. Die and Casper Hanson were to ture, , In r Jewell tate Lake was at me ceipt requested, notifying them that Section 5(a) relating to that build" g o ..... marker, awarded the contract for the construe- cry the sale. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hutchinson had d to relm lowest level in 50 years and the en said insurance proceeds have been re- other structure shall be use " " , ..... - September 16, 1976 tion of the new Mankato grade school Advertisement: "Let us bring you a arather queersensati0n when the school trance gates were lOCKed to Keep VlSl ceived bythe city and annrise them of burse the city for any expenses in- .... -- The Wint Smith Estate Sale was building. Eighteen bids were received new 1937 Philco to your home for a bells rang Monday morning and the i ^ ..... .... i._ ,,.'t,_. _., ..,_. .... ed b" the cit-" in "-roceedin'* under tors out. Drought conditions theprevi- ls.u utuc to u.uwr a :, e ................ : planned for Friday and Saturday at the forthe generalcontract, nineforplumb- three-day home trial." Sluyter's Feed children trooped offto school. For the ..... " A 12 175 U-"nreimburSeifient ous five years had dropped the lake to mls orainance. - v. ing and eight for electric service. Store. The store was also advertising first time in 28 years, they did not have Section 6, Fund Created; del lt from the iiisurance proceeds, the chief an aver.age depth of two feet. Tl e fish National Guard Armory. An engineering firm proposed the Caree Aboe Cox, a skilled seam- heavy duty "B" batteries guaranteed to put up a school lunch for one of their ofmoneys.Tbecitytre uretishereby building inspector shall immediately pop umuon also at a..recor .lOW. CityofMankatodevelopedwaterwells stress at Mankato, died at North Platte. for 5 months service at $1.50 each. children to take to school. n Dr t, myt r ocKersmlm wasjolnmg northeast of Webber and construct a The Courtland Canal from near Advertisement: "Just arrived 18 Bob Turner's Buick was wrecked authorized and shall ereatc a fund to be effect the release of the lien resulti g . ' ex enses In me staff of the Jewell County Rural know as the Insurance Proceeds therefrom. Should the p " -Health Clinic. . 12-inch pipeline to transport the water Guide Rock to the site of the future dozenfancymen'sblackhose.25cents when it turned over after being forced Fund."All moneys received by the city curred by the city exceed the insurance treasurer as provided for by this ordi- proceeds paid over to the city treasurer Nola Bess Atwood had served the 21 miles from the well field to Mankato. Lovewell Lake had been completed a pair." Laffeer's. off the road by a Model T. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Philip Walton, for- and plans were being made to close the LeRoyBurbonand family left for Hastings, night clerk at the hotel, was . nance shall be placed in said fund and under Section 5(a), the chief building Jewell County Fair for more than 40 merly of London, England, were new dam beingconstructed across theWhite McAllen, Texas, with plans to spend drivinl , Luckily no one was seriously i ' the winter there, injurea, , depositing in an interest-bearing ac- inspector shall publish a new li n as years. counL . . authorized by K.S.A. 12-1756, in an Sheriff Dave Fullerton had hired Section ?, Building hlspeeior, amount equal to such excess expenses Cameron Grabast as a full'timedeputy. Invest gation) RemovalofStrueture. incurred. September 21) 2006 (a) Upon receipt of moneys as pro- Section 10. Effect Upon Insur- The story entitled "The Bowman vided for by this ordinance, the city ancePolicies.Thisordinanceshallnot Kids" which was written by Gall treasurer shall immediately notify the make the city a party to any insurance Colson, a retired Mankato postmaster, chief building inspector of said re- contract, nor is the insurer liable to any was published in the Good Old Days ceipt, and transmit all documentation part for any amount in excess of the Specials magazine. received from the insurance company proceeds otherwise payable under its A Rock Hills High School photo or companies to the chief building in- spector. (b) Within 30 days of the receipt of said moneys, the chief building in- spector shall determine, after prior in- vestfgation, whether the city shall in- stigate proceedings under the provi- sion of K.S.A. 12-1750 as amended. (c) Prior to the expiration of the 30 insurance policy. Section 11. Insurers; Liability. Insurers complying with this ordinance or attempting in good faith to comply with this ordinance shall be immune from civil and criminal liability and such action shall not be deemed in violation of K.S.A. 40-2404 and any amendments thereto, including with- holding payment of any insurance pro- shoot created considerable excitement when a passing motorist reported a person was holding a gun to another person's head along Highway 36 west of Montrose. Sheriff Dave Fullerton responded to the call only to find "about 70 vehicles and a large number of people" gathered for a photo shoot. Fullerton said the person making the call must have mistaken the camera for residents of Mankato. The engagement of Barbara Roe to Robert Luhrs was announced. Mac's Variety Store located at Burr Oak was advertising a half-price sale on three sizes of umbrellas alon with western straw hats and white shirts. Bob Fraass, a master mechanic tom Mankato, continued his long standing tradition of taking his vacation at the Nebraska State Fair. At the fair he volunteered his services. Ray Conrad. a member of the state fair board, said. "'Fraass is a jack-of-all-trades. He j us~ work~ hi~ head oll ..... "" Fraass was tilt" ,,,,h) , ~ ,,t':1 In,, .... ,c stor~ pub- liq.'d ~. Ihe (.)lll;I Grid-Herald new~l)aPc) during ~;t~)~ Ill wcck. September 2, 1976 days established by subsection (b)of coeds pursuant.to this ordinance, or a gun. Several improvements had been this ordinance, the chief building in- releasing or disclosing any informa- Members of the VFW Auxiliary, completed in downtown Mankato. A spec or shall nolify t -city , ti n,pur okt0 01j,s,grOip ce_. .......... Sherri Jeffery, Karen. Boden, Phyllis new front had been installed on iwhether heorshe intends to Initiate " Sectionl'2.Ri -p'eiil Oi'dinanceNo.- Liggett, Brenda Enyeart, Maria NewelllmplcmentCompanybuilding. procbedings under K.S.A. 12-1750 576 is hereby repealed. Hulbert, Faryl Lange, Ruth Fleming, A new awning type of front had bccn as amended. Alma Zadina and Amanda and Paige installed on the Mankato Lnmbcr Corn- Rock Creek. The annual Jewell County Picnic Tuesdaynightbroughtavariedpro-TheSmithCountyPioneerputouta was to bc held in Kansas City, Mo., on gram for radio listeners. First was the double edition in honor of its 65th Sept. 30. Jade Abrahams was group Louis-Ettoreprizefight;nextGov.Alf birthday. The Pioneer was just what " president. Landon's Des Moines speech; and then it's name implies. The first equipment An open house was planned for an interview of Merrill Blair, concern- was brought to Smith Center by ox Thursday andFriday attheJewelltele- ing dog racing. Mr. Blair had the cart'-elvinM phone building. Customers were being Oihlinger-Blairdogs at the race tracks Switzer and wife, who left told to "call by number, it's twice as in Ohio, He was well know locally as the Lovewell community to go west in fast." Visitors would be able to speak he spent a considerable amount of his 1934, came home on a vacation. They into a recording microphone and after- time in Jewell. said they liked the west but think the wards hear their own voice over one of The Jewell County territory north folks in Idaho have a much harder way 10telephone receivers and they would of the Mitchell County line was said to of making a living than do Kansas the new Bell Solar Battery that belikean immense wheat field. Farm- people. Instead of riding around on a co wertcd sunlight into electricity, ors were so anxious to get the seed in piece of machinery used to work the Sixteen members of the Buffalo the ground that several tractor drawn fields as Kansas residents do, the folks Beavers H.D.U. Club met at the home outfitswererunning.Someoftheearly out there do most their work with a of Betty Collins A stork shower was planted wheat was up and giving a shovel or a hoe. They spend a lot of held houoring Barbara McMillan. greentinttothosefields.Inotherfields, time crawling around on their hands A. C Fedde was helping Vernon it appeared the seed bed had been and knees thinning lettuce or some Fedde at the farm getting old iron ready worked to an excellent condition, other vegetable crop. for market. Mr. Fedde said they had to Architect's plans had been corn- Sunflowers this year are scare. It use anax to cut the trees so they could pleted for the Burr Oak Forum which makesoneappreciatetheheavygr0wlth F :' :" " ~ " get the old machinery out so it had been was to be used in connection with the that lines the [htcties t6ng along time since they h~,l parked the city'sschool.OveralldimensionswereContinued to page 9 old machinery and started t~)usepo_wer to be 68 feet by 96 feet. Burr Oak iil i > i ii i ii:i >! > ii Email ts ,.or Stop by superiorne.com or jcr @ I either office to place your ad :, 9-3291 -- Mankato 7 -378-3191 or 7:.,5-378-3782 . : ,.:" . . I'